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Meplat

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Meplat last won the day on July 9 2020

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About Meplat

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  • Birthday 04/23/1870

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    Halfway between Possum Trot and Monkey's Eyebrow, Kentucky.
  • Interests
    Aviation, old machinery, firearms, Fishing, Bourbon.

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  1. Just got this turd working (new house). Am very confused. Please send SPAM and bourbon. And crackers (for said spam),.
  2. Condolences to the crews. I've been there. Is there a fund for the families?
  3. Mirage III when? (please) But really. Phantom, but no Mirage?
  4. Do you think we'll see a move from Eastern/ComBloc patterns toward Western or (ideally) original designs?
  5. Holy Shit. These are fucking amazing. Grabbed some as wallpaper. Hopefully I'll be able to post some from relatives of this quality soon. Got more than a few who served many tours in Vietnam.
  6. God save them if this is the UN. I pray they have command that allows them to "shoot as needed per individual perogative with zero recourse" and not the shit a friend dealt with in what was Yugoslavia.
  7. Okay. Phantoms. Yeah. Then Mig 21's. (Which I really looked forward to. The MiG 21 is a "Grail" plane right after I get a F86F and F4D/E). All that aside. They decided to introduce a plane I saw in Japan. And call it a "T2".. No son, That was as much a "trainer" as the F104 was for NASA astronauts. That, is a F-1, and it is amazing. You can run full burner on intercepts, forever . Light arms, but it has a M61 20MM as backup. Not that you;ll need it. Your burners will be all the defense you need, You can literally just
  8. Looking for some input on a potential article. That is- "Increasing shot velocity and charge , versus increasing shot volume while maintaining charge".. Not sure how many in here really have dicked with shotguns, but there was a move away from large bore, large "column" shells toward smaller bore, and higher delivery velocity of said column within the last 100 years. Now, we are seeing 3.5" 12 gauge shells that are basically trying to replicate (IMO) large dram 10 gauge loads. . I propose that instead of moving toward smaller bore , higher mass loads, we look
  9. What's this!? Fuckbags using a tragedy to further their political agenda? Whodathunk!? (Clinton Foundation and Haiti, Anyone?).
  10. Sold off much of the postwar Japanese stuff. Actually got a bit for the Hasegawa Blue Impulse collection. (kind of wish I'd built them, as the Hasegawa 1/48 Sabre is amazing) The armor, not so much. Japanese armor is a hard sell. Likely sold a lot of that at a loss. Held onto to superb (the name escapes me) 1/32 model of a IJN basic trainer, simply because it came with brass tubing and copper rod to replicate parts of it's structure, and the aircraft itself is simply beautiful. ("Akatombo?"). An Arai kit? Moving into a more spacious house might let me get back into model
  11. Fuck them. Even my hardcore Democrat neighbor is sick of the gun control spiel.
  12. Saw a 47 Fleetmaster a few days ago. Sweet car. Simple, shift on the column (basically making it theft-proof today) fastback styling. Guy said he got a solid 20 MPG, and it would cruise at 75 MPH . Based on my experiences with similar vehicles of the era, he was probably right.
  13. Dont be angry, but I used to have some neat M240 bits. Rail "forend", some odd topcover NODS mount (I think for a PVS-4, it was huge) a couple tank/armor barrels, a couple of T&E's. Tried selling them at a couple SAR shows, but was offered cents on the dollar. So I gave them to a good friend who had one of the semi-auto ones, for helping me move to Kentucky.
  14. Warthunder introduced Phantoms. The circle is complete. Unlock the sixth gate, and release the demons.
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